The Kansas City Royals have had an eventful spring. For the first time in recent memory, the team is feeling the stress of a team that is expected to win.
The Kansas City Royals announced today that the club has acquired minor league left-handed pitcher Luis Santos and right-hander Luis Rico from the Pittsburgh Pirates in exchange for right-handed pitcher Vin Mazzaro and first baseman Clint Robinson. Santos and Rico have been assigned to the Surprise Royals.
Oh, wait, the Royals hired two hitting coaches, Jack Maloof and Andre David.
It would not be a St. Louis Cardinals Spring Training without health questions surrounding a key player, and once again a member of the starting rotation is awaiting test results analysis and a diagnosis before throwing again.
Just as quickly as the Kansas City Royals’ minor league system was the best in all of baseball, it wasn’t.
I haven’t forgiven Zack Greinke quite yet. Not after he manipulated his way into a trade out of town, then publicly criticized the city, the Royals, the Plaza, Arthur Bryant’s … Read More
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